Washington, DC – President Joe Biden’s first year in office was a resounding success, marked by the success of the legislature and a major political crisis – and by mid-November elections, next year promises to be even tougher.
When Biden was opened last January, outgoing President Donald Trump’s supporters were still keen to overthrow the election results, the US Capitol was besieged by the military, the COVID-19 epidemic was raging, and the US economy was in jeopardy.
Nowadays, Biden’s endorsement is low and his signature stance has plummeted, while Republicans appear to want to run again in Congress.
“If it did, Biden would have done very well, and what he did,” James Thurber, a professor of government at American University in Washington, DC, author of Biden’s first year in office, told Al Jazeera.
Democrats in Congress exceeded $ 1.9 trillion COVID-19 treatment and a package for economic development in March. The majority of Bipartisan in the House and Senate exceeded $ 1.2 trillion construction plans in November are $ 777bn security budget in December.
But Biden security and climate regulations – $ 1.75 trillion, 10 years “Build Back Better” Policy. – closed by democracy anti-Republican opposition. Omicron’s variation of COVID-19 has led to an increase in disease and food and fuel prices.
“People will still be disappointed and will have a difficult time in 2022 because it is an election year,” Thurber said. “This is going to be a bad year of controversy, strife and controversy.”
It would be difficult to go through the years leading up to being the President of Biden. At the risk of the November 2022 elections is the Democratic Party’s congressional hearing in Congress, which will explain how politics has been in Biden for the remaining two years.
Democrats have 221 to 213 majority in the House of Representatives as well as a majority in the Senate, which is equally divided between Republicans and Democrats. Democracy in Congress could easily be lost in November as all 435 seats in the House and one-third of the 100-seat Senate are set to go to the polls.
Formerly, in US politics, the party that controls the White House loses seats in Congress in the next election, while the powerless party gathers voters.
At stake, obviously, are our plans for the future coping with climate change investing in child care, rehabilitating immigrant management, and protecting the reproductive rights of millions of women.
“Republicans are entering the race with great potential,” James Henson, director of the Texas Politics Project at the University of Texas at Austin, told Al Jazeera.
Lowering the voting numbers
Biden enjoyed an American wedding vacation for the first six months in office, with his approval rate rising above 53 percent and inconsistency close to 43 percent. But by August, the situation had changed.
Today, Biden’s opposition is 52 percent and 43 percent justified, placing him at the center of Trump’s infamous presidency and under every current president under his leadership.
“People are judging Biden incorrectly. His confession is in the water, and the biggest criticism is greater than strong confession,” Kyle Kondik, a professor at the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics, told Al Jazeera.
The weight of the Democratic nominee was unveiled in Virginia’s ambassador race last November Republican Glenn Youngkin, a Trump-approved businessman, defeated Democrat Terry McAuliffe backed by Biden.
The fall of Kabul
Where Biden’s license was falling slowly By the middle of the year, Afghanistan was “exciting”, Kondik told Al Jazeera.
The sudden and unexpected fall of Kabul to the Taliban, with which the US has been at war for 20 years, has raised concerns among voters about the possibility of Biden’s leadership. A new one migration problem on the US-Mexico border, commodity disruptions and rising prices exacerbated Biden’s woes.
So far, Biden’s failure to compromise Democratic Senate candidate Joe Manchin to support his Build Back Better program raised concerns among voters. “Leaders are not doing well with major conflicts in their parties,” Thurber said. “The year will be a mess.”
A number of possible developments could change Biden’s political transformation in 2022. Biden, 79, and has held public office for nearly half a century, is well aware of the US Senate establishment and has good working relationships with executive officials. power.
Biden maintained a good relationship with Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell who holds the keys to many of Biden’s ambitions. Meeting with the Republican Congress, Biden continued to excel in the face of US politics.
Meanwhile, Biden overcame Manchin’s rejection of his Build Back Better team, and pledged to continue, with the hope of a successful New Year.
“Most of us have underestimated Joe Biden,” Manisha Sinha, a historian at the University of Connecticut, told Al Jazeera. “[But] he understood the time well and has come up so far in a way I did not expect. One year is not enough time to judge a president.